March 17, 2017 – OPEC Device Medical Systems Pty Ltd T/A Mobilis Medical is proud to announce the appointment of retired Australian Army Lieutenant General John Caligari AO, DSC as a Non-Executive Director to the Board of Directors.
Drawing on his extensive experience in risk management, strategy, planning, project management and command and leadership both within Defence and without, John will quickly embed himself as a highly valued member of the Mobilis Medical team.
A skilled problem solver, John provides a unique perspective in terms of engaging with and adding maximum value to Mobilis Medical’s operations. His high level strategic knowledge and hard won capacity for providing ‘big picture’ oversight on large scale projects are invaluable in guiding the development of innovative solutions for Mobilis Medical, particularly in the military sector.
John’s appointment to the Board also offers valuable support and guidance for Mobilis Medical’s upcoming bid for the Defence Deployable Health Capability tender, JP2060 Phase 3.
Caligari said “I am keen to see Defence get this capability as it has been a long time coming. I believe the product Mobilis Medical offers is a good one – I have not seen, nor had described to me, any better!”
A Strategy and Leadership Consultant, LTGEN John Caligari has a wealth of experience in demanding environments, especially on operational service overseas and at the highest levels in the Department of Defence. His last seven years in particular have been at the interface between industry and Defence, particularly as Chairman of the Rapid Prototype Development and Evaluation Program Board.
Mobilis Medical Director and fellow board member Connor Walsh said “We are delighted that John has joined us on the board as I know that he will bring tremendous insight as to what the optimal practical solution is for this project. His extensive Defence experience will provide us with invaluable guidance to ensure our final solution is not only world class but uniquely tailored for Australian military operations”.